Community Building

We are dedicated to empowering residents to collaborate across neighborhoods while celebrating a shared identity and safe community.

Mid-North Quality of Life Plan

The Mid-North Quality of Life Plan was developed by approximately 492 neighborhood stakeholders and 79 organizations to establish a unified vision for six Mid-North neighborhoods – Crown Hill, Highland Vicinity, Historic Meridian Park, Historic Watson Park, Mapleton-Fall Creek, and Meridian Highland.

The plan is meant to capture the energy the Mid-North community has for making it a better place to live, learn, work, and play. It’s a living guide with key focus areas that are revisited periodically, so it consistently reflects the priorities and opportunities of our neighborhoods.

MFCDC implements the Mid-North Quality of Life Plan in cooperation with neighbors, community leaders, stakeholders, and partners.

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Central Avenue Gardens

The Central Avenue Gardens located on 30th and Central Avenue, provides a space for community members to gather, learn about urban gardening, and grow nutritious produce. Garden plots are being rented for $20/each. To reserve your plot(s) for the 2019 growing season, click here to complete the Rental Application and Agreement. You may pay for your plot(s) online or with a check.  Please contact Brittany Rasdall at brasdall@mfcdc.org with questions.

Below are a list of additional ways to get involved!

  • Volunteer to help with maintenance, bush planting, etc. Click here to sign-up for our next clean-up.
  • Attend garden talks to learn how to grow your own produce. Contact Kelly Johnson at kelly.djohnson@yahoo.com for more information.
  • For more information about the Central Avenue Gardens and Food Access in the Mid-North area of Indianapolis, visit http://www.centralavenuegardens.org/